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KerrisciaG on July 4, 2018


Hello, I am having problems with understanding why the answer is not three. Essentially from the format we have set up, we know that if we place Owens and McNeil that means Ivan would have to be the last person to join the firm. How is it that the answer is two instead of three?

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Christopher on July 6, 2018

@KerrisciaG, the issue is that it asks if Owens and McNeil are put in particular places, how many OTHER partners can you place? By placing O in 5 and M in 7, we can definitively place G in 6 and I in 8, which means we can determine 2 other partners. Does that help?